Three Restaurants In New Orleans That You Must Try

While you’re out and about, don’t be afraid to order a good meal at one of New Orleans’ best restaurants. Antoine’s, which commemorated its 180th-anniversary last year, has a $21 lunch special featuring alligator bisque and bacon-wrapped prawns. Another great deal is the Roosevelt Hotel’s Domenica bar’s daily 3-5 p.m. happy hour and half-price pizza deal. After all, this is New Orleans, where food is everything. Arrive early because the venue can become busy as early as 4 p.m.


Cowbell is a restaurant in New Orleans. The rancher is drawn to us by the sweet sound of the cowbell to bring us those delightful delicacies. Brack May’s is on Oak Street, near the Riverbend uptown bend. Everything is wonderful, so amazing that there is sometimes a wait.


Domenica, which means “Sunday” in Italian, is the day of the week for leisurely exploration and the preparation of large meals. The restaurant’s one-of-a-kind wood oven is used to make noodles, pasta, and pizzas. While the cuisine is historically based, our chefs focus on upgrading Italian ingredients and traditional flavors to produce new classics that are adapted to the contemporary palate of New Orleans.

Liuzza’s by the track

The huge shrimp po’boy sandwich is served at Liuzza’s at the Track. The restaurant’s gumbo recipe includes shrimp, local sausage, and 13 seasonings. Fried eggplant dusted with powdered sugar and offered with a side of marinara is a house specialty.